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Poster: BVD Date: Apr 8, 2014 4:26pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Mini Stroke info? (Seeking Peace of Mind from any of you guys and gals)....

As already stated full recoveries are not uncommon. My Dad was a commercial airline pilot for 25 years. In the early 70s he suffered a mini-stroke. He of course thought the worst and was sure he would never fly again. The FAA physicals are extremely thorough. After a week or so in the hospital he was released. In order to get his pilot's license active again he had to go before the FAA Doctor's for a complete physical. He passed! He flew for five more years until it was time to retire. Thoughts and positive energy go out to you and the Mrs.